A Quick Look at Mibrasa Charcoal Grills

Posted by W.D. Colledge on Sep 4, 2018 3:27:33 PM

A Quick Look at Mibrasa Charcoal Grills

Here in Canada, we have a great tradition of outdoor eating. Cooking in nature over an open flame with bag of charcoal and a heavy metal grate is kind of a rite of passage.

Why? The way barbecuing brings us back to our culinary roots. The way we're captivated by an open flame. The unique way our food tastes that only a charcoal grill can provide. But this doesn't have to be limited to our camping trips. 

Mibrasa is a new solution available from WD Colledge that provides some variety and versatility for Canadian foodservice establishments. Mibrasa manufactures closed barbecue grills, by hand, using only the best steel available.

The real benefit to Mibrasa charcoal grills, something that is so hard to achieve with standard barbecue grills, is the ability to accurately control the flow of air through the grill. With precision control of the intensity of the embers, chefs also gain control of cooking temperatures. Now chefs can retain natural flavors, enhance a desired barbecue taste, and cook proteins to an exact temperature at the same time.

PERSONALIZE YOUR MIBRASA GRILL

One of the great aspects of any grilling program is the ability to grill what you want, how you want, where you want. Mibrasa understands it about freedom, expression, and versatility. That's why they offer a range of accessories to help you personalize your grilling capabilities.

Filters allow chefs to spread airflow and lower oven temperatures. Heating racks allow for hot holding in an easy-to-use and economical way. And option casters allow operators to easily transport their Mibrasa charcoal ovens from one location to another.

Whether you're a hotel assembling a poolside buffet or a food truck or even a pop-up restaurant, having the ability to personalize your Mibrasa grill will help you make it more useful.

Looking for more inspiration on what you can do with a Mibrasa grill? Check out this Chef's Talk guide, and see what other chefs are saying.

Mibrasa Chef's Talk

Topics: Mibrasa, grills